Kanye West moves out & takes 500 sneakers with him

Let’s hope Jesus is still walking with Kanye West. The multiplatinum superstar and former presidential candidate has reportedly moved out of the Calabasas, CA home he shares with Kim Kardashian, and has taken his 500 pairs of shoes with him. In January, Page Six exclusively revealed that divorce “is imminent” for the couple, and that … Continue reading “Kanye West moves out & takes 500 sneakers with him”

Rapper Kanye West plans to make it a real WEST Wing

Here we go. That MAGA hat wearing rapper, Kanye West, has announced that he will make a run for the presidency, just four months before election day. The Chicago native has sparked talk before about occupying the White House, most recently saying he planned to run in 2024. The 21-time Grammy winner celebrated Independence Day … Continue reading “Rapper Kanye West plans to make it a real WEST Wing”

Kanye says ‘Black Panther’ will influence presidency

“WestKanda forever!” Last week, we reported that Grammy-winning artist Kanye West had announced his bid for the presidency. That’s the presidency of the United States. Needless to say, the announcement on Twtter was met with the expected mixture of praise (looking at you Elon Musk, you enabler) from fans and eye rolls from everyone else. … Continue reading “Kanye says ‘Black Panther’ will influence presidency”

Vinnie Hobbs Joins Union as Staff Editor

Vinnie Hobbs exploded onto the scene in 2015, cutting the now-legendary video for Kendrick Lamar’s Alright, directed by The Little Homies & Colin Tilley. Fruitful collaborations with an array of brands, artists, and directors have followed in a steady stream. Now, Hobbs has joined bicoastal Union Editorial as a Staff Editor. A three-time Best Editing … Continue reading “Vinnie Hobbs Joins Union as Staff Editor”

Men’s toxic behavior is not entertaining – it’s infuriating

Have you noticed that lately, famous men have been making headlines for their seemingly more unhinged behavior than ever before? From Will Smith publicly assaulting comedian Chris Rock on stage, to Ezra Miller choking a female fan and threatening friends, to Kanye West having public meltdowns on both social media and the streets of Los … Continue reading “Men’s toxic behavior is not entertaining – it’s infuriating”

Grammys: Silk Sonic’s Leave the Door Open wins Record of the Year

The Reel 360 team is very happy this morning that Silk Sonic’s “Leave The Door Open” won the Grammy for Record Of The Year at the 2022 Grammys. This award represents a win in all four nominated categories, adding to wins for Song Of The Year and Best R&B Song. “We are really trying our … Continue reading “Grammys: Silk Sonic’s Leave the Door Open wins Record of the Year”

Jane Campion wins DGA for Outstanding Directorial Achievement

It is looking more and more like The Power of the Dog is the one to beat at the upcoming Oscars.The winners of the Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards for 2021 were announced last night during the 74th Annual DGA Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Jane Campion won the … Continue reading “Jane Campion wins DGA for Outstanding Directorial Achievement”

Groove Guild will now accept crypto as payment

NYC-based creative music agency Groove Guild has announced the company will now accept cryptocurrencies as payment. Clients will have the opportunity to pay for the company’s expert original music, sound design, sonic strategy and music supervision services through fast and secure payments via Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, Dogecoin, Solana, Avalanche, SuperFarm, TerraUSD, and USD Coin. Depending … Continue reading “Groove Guild will now accept crypto as payment”

Juneteenth: McDonald’s announces Gospelfest lineup

The 38th Annual New York Metro McDonald’s Gospelfest will present a virtual concert and showcase free to the public. The event will air on Juneteenth June 19, 2021, on My9 and continues on Fox’s website. The full-hour show will also be available on Fox Soul streaming network. “As fans and viewers prepare for the mega virtual … Continue reading “Juneteenth: McDonald’s announces Gospelfest lineup”

International Delight makes room to party

Creative agency Lightning Orchard’s  new work for coffee creamer brand International Delight inspires fans to find a mug-sized party with each creamer pour – because these days it’s all about finding space for celebration in any way we can.  International Delight knows people are pining for ways to add joyful party vibes to their routines. Leaving room to party is all … Continue reading “International Delight makes room to party”

Chloé Zhao wins DGA Award for Nomadland

The winners of the Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards for 2020 were announced tonight during the 73rd Annual DGA Awards virtual ceremony. Chloé Zhao won the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film for Nomadland. The moving film about grief and acceptance follows woman in her sixties (Frances McDormand) who, … Continue reading “Chloé Zhao wins DGA Award for Nomadland”

Groove Guild signs Frans Mernick

Full-service music agency Groove Guild is expanding its talent roster, signing multi-platinum-selling producer and artist Frans Mernick for exclusive commercial representation. With a diverse background spanning work as a producer, songwriter, engineer, mixer and multi-instrumentalist, Mernick has been the driving force behind a slew of culture-defining tracks and EPs, partnering with top artists including Mark … Continue reading “Groove Guild signs Frans Mernick”

Complete list of Grammy winners

The 63rd annual Grammys are a wrap. Despite an expected scant audience, the show hosted by The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, boasted electrifying, live and pre-recorded, performances from Bad Bunny, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, BTS, Billie Eilish, Post Malone and Megan Thee Stallion. And dang Megan, Reel 360 now understands WAP. Mind blown. Yeah the winner … Continue reading “Complete list of Grammy winners”

Marisa Butler of Maine named Miss Earth USA 2021

Marisa Butler of Maine has been named Miss Earth USA 2021 during the competition aired January 17 on the VIP Pageantry channel (Who knew one existed?) . The pageant took place at the Chapin Theater inside the Orange County Convention Center of Orlando. After the United States took home the most recent Miss Earth crown, Butler aims to give the United States a historical back-to-back win at the international competition. At age 27, Butler … Continue reading “Marisa Butler of Maine named Miss Earth USA 2021”

Park Pictures signs Jason Harper for commercial rep

International production company Park Pictures has signed director J.M. “Jason” Harper for U.S. and U.K. commercial representation. A director and documentarian, Harper applies a multi-hyphenate approach to directing, bringing talents in cinematography, directing, composing, and editing to his craft. His elevated understanding of the heartfelt storytelling process rings true in projects for clients such as … Continue reading “Park Pictures signs Jason Harper for commercial rep”

Cabin Edit Expands with Three New Editors

Creative post studio Cabin Editing Company announced the addition of three new editors to its roster: Robert Lopuski, Mischa Meyer, and Jojo King. The move will support Cabin’s recent growth as remote capabilities are allowing the company to service new clients across the U.S. and internationally. Additionally, Cabin has recently added new representation in the … Continue reading “Cabin Edit Expands with Three New Editors”

Interview: ‘Occurrence at Arverne’s’ Robert Broadhurst

Some of the best selections premiered at this year’s, HollyShorts including the monumental story, An Occurrence At Arverne. The short film, written and directed by Brooklyn-based Robert Broadhurst, follows an unknown man attempting to gain access to an unknown home as a woman entering her car regards him warily. Once inside the home, his purpose … Continue reading “Interview: ‘Occurrence at Arverne’s’ Robert Broadhurst”

Grammy Awards announce 2020 nominees

The 63rd Grammy Awards are right around the corner, airing (earlier than usual) Sunday, Jan. 31, on CBS, but the nominations are here now. After 40 years, Ken Ehrlich, the show’s producer has retired, and Ben Winston (known for his work on James Corden’s late-night show and Carpool Karaoke) will helm the awards production. Trevor … Continue reading “Grammy Awards announce 2020 nominees”

WAX welcomes award-winning editor Peter Johnson

Boutique post-production shop WAX strengthens its already robust talent roster by bringing on award-winning editor Peter Johnson. Boasting an incredibly diverse portfolio and meticulous attention to detail, Johnson’s editorial style is largely influenced by his multicultural upbringing. “I grew up throughout NYC, Paris, and London in the 80’s. My father was a writer and my mother was … Continue reading “WAX welcomes award-winning editor Peter Johnson”

Matt Osborne joins Company 3 as Senior Colorist

Company 3 has announced that Matt Osborne will be joining the team as senior colorist. Osborne joins from The Mill where he has been in high demand for a wide variety of long- and short-form work. Most recently, he completed the feature film, The Wolf of Snow Hollow, starring and directed by Jim Cummings (Thunder Road) and … Continue reading “Matt Osborne joins Company 3 as Senior Colorist”